Heaven's Gate
92' (28.04m) AllSeas Yachts
LOA: 92' (28.04m)
Beam: 26' (7.92m)
Draft: 7' (2.13m)
Speed:
10 Knots (12 MPH)
12 Knots (14 MPH)
Location: Florida United States
Year: 2010
Builder: AllSeas Yachts
Type:
Expedition Yacht
Price: $5,600,000 USD
Additional Specifications For Heaven's Gate:
LOA: 92' (28.04m)
Beam: 26' (7.92m)
Max Draft: 7' (2.13m)
Hull Material: Steel
Hull Designer: Tim Alls
Tonnage:
185
Range At Cruise Speed: 5000
Range At Max Speed: 0
Speed:
Cruising 10 Knots (12 MPH)
Max 12 Knots (14 MPH)
Fuel Capacity: 7,000.00 Gal (26,497.88 L)
Water Capacity: 1,000.00 Gal (3,785.41 L)
Holding Tank: 900.00 Gal (3,406.87 L)
Flag: United States
Location: Florida, United States
Price: $5,600,000 USD
Delivery/Model Year: 2010
Year Built: 2010
Builder: AllSeas Yachts
Model: 2010
Type:
Expedition Yacht
Top: Raised Pilothouse
Engines: 600 HP,Twin, Diesel, Cummins, KTA19-M3, 2400hrs / 2400hrs
Staterooms: 5
Sleeps: 10
Crew Quarters: 2
Classifications:
MCA: No
ISM: No
Overview

 

Heaven’s gate is the First Allseas (92’) built by master shipbuilder Tim Alls who has built 43 yachts and Fishing vessels of similar design. Early fishing vessels were used in the treacherous bering sea and in the Alaskan king crab fishing industry, as seen on "The Deadliest Catch" TV Show. About eight yachts have been built all based on the same proven hull. Heaven’s Gate is a rugged offshore explorer yacht faired and finished like a proper yacht with an Awlgrip 2000 (hull) paint finish for easy touch up and regular Awlgrip white on the superstructure for easy cleaning. The interior joiner work was done by some of the best cabinet makers in the Pacific Northwest utilizing African Ribbon Mahogany, Brazilian Cherry, Carrera Marble and Granite. The interior is very spacious with 6'8" head room throughout. Heaven's Gate is very strongly built with bottom plating 3/8th inch thick, hull sides are 5/16th inch thick, and the keel is a 12x12 steel I-beam that will support the entire 320,000 lb weight of Heaven’s Gate on a single point. The hull design exceeds ABS commercial standards. Heaven’s Gate has a fishing boat deep water anchoring system and a range of approximately 5,000 nm, very unusual for a yacht this size! Heaven’s Gate has cruised the east and west coast of the USA, transiting the Panama Canal, and has proven extremely seaworthy in every bad weather situation encountered.


Vessel Walkthrough
While Heaven’s Gate is an explorer yacht it is also a full tri deck motor yacht with Flybridge. The engine room is aft on level one with four guest cabins mid-ship and crew quarters forward on the same level. On the main deck an open aft deck is all the way aft on level two and forward of the aft deck is the salon and galley. All the way forward on level 2 is the master stateroom with king size bed and large ensuite head. Aft on level three is a boat deck with outdoor grill, crane and tenders, sky lounge, and Pilothouse. Above the Pilothouse with access from the aft deck is an open Flybridge with hardtop. There are walk around side decks opposite the galley and salon on level two and around the Pilothouse on level 3 with a Portuguese bridge forward with center access to the anchoring deck. There is 360 degree visibility from both the Pilothouse and the Flybridge. Because of her wide beam and deep mid-body Heaven's Gate is a large volume explorer yacht at only 92' over all length! She is capable of safe Atlantic and Pacific ocean crossings and travel to remote places like Chile, Cape Horn, an Arctic trip or a trip through the Northwest passage. Heaven's Gate is a naturally stable vessel and often makes her passages without even turning her stabilizers on! She is a self sufficient vessel and would be ideal for homeschooling children on a world wide adventure!
Interior Layout

Salon is located aft of amidships, complete with leather couch with matching ottoman, two occasional chairs, end tables, elegant circular dining table for 4 – 6 persons, entertainment center with 40” flat screen TV, and buffet counter. There is room for a larger dining room table as shown in the drawings however the current table is better suited to playing cards and games and most formal dining in done al fresco on the aft deck.


The galley is located amidships on level two with a country kitchen arrangement consisting of a large 6 person dining settee and three swing out chairs at galley island.

The pantry is located forward between the galley and the master. Complete with cabinets and a true commercial duty glass door refrigerator and freezer. A day head located to port.

The master stateroom is located on main deck forward of amidships in the bow area. It is a full width on deck master with king size bed complete with reading couch, night stand cabinets, office desk, 37” flat screen TV and large windows on both the port and starboard side with Lutron electric roman shades.

The master head is located forward in the bow on level 2, with double vanity, large shower with seat, his/hers closets, enclosed toilet space and heated flooring.


The Pilothouse is located on level three forward, complete with two Stidd custom leather helm chairs, elevated settee for 6, navigation/office space with full size chart table and separate entertainment lounge area with built in L-shaped couch.

Crew Quarters are located in bow area on level one. It consists of two V-berths, counter tops with storage cabinets, settee and table, large bathroom with heated flooring and shower with seat.

The Foyer/Laundry Center is located at base of stairs on level one.There are two Whirlpool washing machines and one Whirlpool dryer.

Guest Staterooms are located on level 1 with two port and starboard twin berth staterooms located forward of amidships with ensuite heads and heated floors and shower, hanging lockers, under berth storage and center night stand cabinet between the berths. Two port and starboard queen berth staterooms located amidships with ensuite heads with heated flooring and shower, hanging lockers, desk top, and two bedside night stands. With a large crew one of the twin bed cabins adjacent to the crew quarters can be used as a captains cabin.

Engine Room is located aft of guest staterooms.
Lazzarette is located aft of engine room.
Water Tight Bulkheads/Doors: 4 watertight compartments on lowest level, provide one compartment floodability. 

There are double bottoms and extensive storage spaces below the level one floor. All bilge spaces are painted white with NO RUST ANYWHERE.

Exterior Layout

Swim Step is 4’ wide on stern with entry through a water tight door into the lazarrette / engine room, entry stairs to the aft deck on level 2.
Aft Deck is located aft of saloon on level 2, with rectangular dining table for 8 persons, complete with electric BBQ, beverage cooler and bait tank.

Walk Around Side Decks - port and starboard walk around side decks with entry doors and stairs to level 3 (boat deck and pilothouse).
Boat Deck is located aft
on level 3 with chocks for two 20’+ tenders, 7 cu.ft. freezer and stairs to fly bridge.

The crane can launch either tender from either side of the vessel or the stern.

Pilothouse is located forward on level 3 with entry doors located port, starboard and aft. A Portuguese Bridge is located forward of pilothouse on level three with storage for yacht fenders and lines.
Foredeck - Pilkington anchor winch and anchor chain wash down area
Fly Bridge is located on level 4, with helm station controls, 3 ea. Navigator helm chairs, wet bar, two elevated forward facing bench seats for three persons, two L-shaped couches with coffee tables, hot tub for six persons and opening hatch in ceiling to access antennas on hardtop.

Hull Structure

Keel: 12 by 12 I Beam with 1 1/4 inch flanges and a 3/4 inch center beam. The keel extends downward from the bottom of the boat adding additional protection and can support the entire weight of the vessel at any one point.

Stem: 3/4" x 12" Precut Steel

Framing: Transverse Minimum Frame is 6" by 3 1/2" by 3/8" thick with additional longitudinals 3/8" by 2 1/2" every 12 inches.

Bottom 3/8" Steel

Side Plating: 5/16" Steel
Main Deck Plating: 1/4" plate

Bulkhead Plating: 1/4" plate

Tank Top Plating: 1/4”plate

Bulwark Cap Plate: 2" by 4" inch Stainless Steel Tubing

Rub Rail: 8"inch split Stainless Steel Pipe welded to steel hull
Hull Paint: Fully faired Awlcraft 2000 paint system

Superstructure paint: Awlgrip white

Paint Preperation: Exterior of hull from the waterline up is precoated with 6 mils of zinc. Two more coats of epoxy HighBuild, Awlgrip Primer and three coats of Awlcraft 2000 blue.

Anchoring System

There are 19 inch Hydraulic Bow and Stern thrusters for easy docking with steel guards for protection from logs. There are bow and stern anchor winches (not a Capstan and chain locker). The secret to deep water anchoring is in the layering of the chain. Following the 350 pound anchor is 90' feet of galvanized 7/8" stud link galvanized chain (to ensure that the anchor pull is on the bottom) followed by 200 feet of 1/2 inch high tensile chain followed by 300 feet of steel cable. This type of anchoring system with different size tension members can only be pulled onto a drum....it is faster and safer than a capstan that must use the same chain that is too lightweight next to the anchor and makes an improper catenary. The stern anchor system is similar to the bow anchor system just smaller.  The stern anchor is very effective at holding Heaven's Gate in position when tides and winds change.

Engine Room
Engine Room is located aft of guest staterooms. Lazzarette is located aft of engine room. Water Tight Bulkheads/Doors: 4 watertight compartments on lowest level.
Engine & Gear

Two Cummins KT19 600 HP @ 1,800 RPM, 24V electric start, tier two emission certificates. Each engine has Cummins dual pre filters and dual Racor Filters. Each Filter can run the system and you can switch between the Filters while the engine is operating. The Filters have drip trays under them for ease of cleaning and are easily seen during engine room inspections. Each engine has its own starting bank consisting of 2 8D gas free batteries. Batteries were replaced in 2016. The main engines start batteries can be paralleled between main engines. The main engine starting banks are charged by an AC charger and an alternator. The engines have the deep crank case oil pans which allow for oil changes every 400 hours. Both engines are on Sound Down rubber isolators and coupled to CV Joints and a remote thrust block bearing for the ultimate low vibration and low noise transmission. To protect the drive train, in the event of collision with an underwater object or grounding, both shafts have prop saver torque fuses, where the fuse will break before the shaft will be bent and propeller damage will be minimized.

Fuel consumption will vary from 10 GPH to 20 GPH depending on speed and weather. Her sweet spot is 1150 RPM with a speed of around 9 knots and burning 12 to 15 GPH which includes a 55 KW Generator.

In order to reduce noice level in the guest staterooms, engine room is located aft of guest staterooms. The Lazzarette is located aft of engine room with a water tight door to the swim platform. Bulkheads/Doors: 4 watertight compartments on lowest level.

Engine Horsepower: 600 horse continuous duty

Cooling: Heat Exchanger (raw water)

Instrumentation: Electronic


Shaft Line Cutters: Spurs brand line cutters

Stuffing Box: Johnson Duramax with GFO with Flax packing gland material with Emergency Air Seal Bladder for maintenance or repair.

Data Acquisition: Computer data acquisition for engine/transmission

Exhaust: Centex water drop mufflers

Air Intake to Engine Room: Delta "T" Systems

Controls: (ZF 3 station) Micro Commander electronic

Reduction Gear: ZF-650 deep case 4.057:1 reduction

Vibration Isolation: Soundown vibration isolation mounts for engine and transmission.

Isolation Drive System: Poseidon Drive System using remote mounted thrust bearing plates and CV joints isolate the main engines/transmissions from the hull structure and propeller shaft.

Propellers: Four blade bronze, 58" diameter, 52" pitch Propeller Shafts: Aquamet 21, 4" diameter

Propeller Protection: Power Train Savers driveline couplers with replaceable shear pins designed to break in the event that a propeller were to contact another object such as a floating log etc.

Propeller Shaft Locking Mechanism: Each propeller shaft can be locked in position for single screw operation or repair.

Design and Decor

Extensive use of African ribbon mahogany including cabinets, walls, interior doors and trim-out. Jatoba wood (Brazilian Cherry) floors in all staterooms and Carrerra marble flooring on all bathroom floors, shower surrounds and vanity counter tops. Granite counter tops throughout saloon, galley, pilot house, master stateroom and guest staterooms. Decorator fabrics and leather were selected for all upholstery. Padded wrapped panels and wallpaper combine with mahogany accents in each stateroom to create a pleasing ambiance.

The interior design of the yacht reflects a traditional yet modern feel! She is cozy, relaxed and comfortable! This is a family oriented yacht with numerous spacious areas to escape located throughout the yacht. Guests may choose to socialize with one another or to discover one of the many secluded spaces for enjoying their voyage in privacy.

Galley Appliances

Wine Cooler: Sub Zero 315 W/O-LH
Trash Compactor: Broan 12 inch
Dishwasher: Fisher & Paykel SS dual drawer  

Garbage Disposal: InSinkerator Evolution Excel

Microwave Oven: Sharp Carousel R-1874F 850 watts

Ovens: 2 stacked Wolf model DO-30F

Refrigerators: 2 ea. Sub Zero 700BF with two ea. lower drawers

Refrigerator: True T-12G SS with glass door

Freezer: Sub Zero 700Bf under counter 2 drawer

Freezer: True T12-FG SS with glass door

Stove Top Range: Wolf model

Ice Maker:Wolf model # 315 IP

Electronics

Flir Infrared Camera with full remote

ComNav 5001 Auto Pilot with remote control

Furuno 1KW Fish Finder
Furuno Navnet with additional 72 mile radar
Richie Compassed adjusted
Furuno AIS system
21 inch computer system for navigation and engine monitoring Kalenberg Horn and Whistle with auto controller
1 million candlelight spotlight with complete remote contro lKeyPower stabilizer controls
Deck light controls for all areas and Crab Light controls (4)
Dual Engine stop/start panels and stand alone gauges
Inverter Controller
Two Long Range VHF radios with hailers
Stand alone Furuno GPS
Maretron Digital wind and weather station
Radios have remote mics mounted on lower helm

ComNav 5001 Auto Pilot with remote control Furuno SC50 Digital Compass
Furuno 72 mile stand alone radar
Furuno 10 stand alone sonar
Audio & Visual Equipment

(1) 32' Sony Flat Screen TV (aft pilot house)
(1) 42" Insignia Flat Screen TV (main salon)
(1) 40" HP Flat Screen TV (master)
Touchscreen music and movies in the salon, galley, and crew quarters.

Electrical/Hydraulic

(2) John Deere 55kw generators, hours port: 2302 starboard: 2599- Three Pressure and Flow Compensated hydraulic piston pumps, two 75 HP clutch driven off the John Deere Generators. Note: there is a 15 HP direct drive from the Main Engine.  With an integral 150 gallon hydraulic tank and hydraulic pumps that are only on at the flip of a switch you are assured of no heat buildup and a lifetime of operation.                                     

(2) Northern Lights: 12kw night time / cruising generators with sound shields and vibration mounts. Hours: Port: 634 Starboard: 735. Each gen set has dual Racor fuel filters and an inline Steward Warner priming pump for easy fuel lift for filter changes.
The 55KW gen sets have sound shields and vibration mounts and are easily accessible from all sides.
Batteries replaced 2017

Shore Power: 240/120 VAC, 1 x 50 Amps and 1 X 100 Amps both on Glenndenning auto winding systems.

Isolation Transformer: Charles C-Power auto boosting transformer Split Bus: 220 VAC
Bow/Stern Thrusters: KeyPower
Steering: AllSeas Yachts design

Bow Anchor Winch: Pilkington (28") diameter drum with 700’ of combined SS cable and galvanized chain.

Stern Anchor Winch: Pilkington (28") diameter drum

Stabilizers: KeyPower 24 sq ft

Deck Crane: 10,000 lb. by Auto Crane

Hydraulic Pumps: Pressure compensating, Row compensating hydraulic pumps driven off of each 55KW generator.

Steering System

The steering system utilizes an oversized standard component hydraulic system with dual pumps and dual solenoid valves. Oversized rams turn two 6' tall balanced rudders for quiet operation.

Bow and Stern Thruster

One 75 HP Bow Thruster and one 75 HP HP Stern Thruster by Key Power. Controls are in the Wheelhouse, Flybridge, and on the hand held remote.

Transmissions and Running Gear

ZF 650 transmissions with a ratio of 4.1 to 1. These are oversized gear boxes for added reliability. Poseidon CV shaft and Thrust Block Bearing coupled to a 4 inch Aquamet 21 Stainless Shaft. She uses a packing box with the new drippless packing and has a rubber bladder to allow in water change out of packing. A short driveline allows for no forward bearing, just one stern bearing to take care of on each side.

Main Engine Control System

Electronic: Micro Commander with Pilothouse and Flybridge control heads. One remote head on a 50 foot cord allows for control anywhere on the boat deck level. Remote has controls for the 75 HP bow and stern thrusters. Horsepower: 600 HP continuous duty Fuel:Diesel Cooling: Heat Exchanger (raw water) Instrumentation: Electronic Exhaust: Centex water drop mufflers Air Intake to Engine Room:Delta "T" Systems   Controls: ZF 3 System Micro Commander Electronic Reduction Gear: ZF-650 deep case 4.057:1 reduction Vibration Isolation: Sound down vibration isolation mounts for engine and transmissions. Isolation Drive System: Poseidon Drive Systems using remote mounted thrust bearing plates and CV joints to isolate the main engines/transmissions from the hull and propeller shafts. Propellers: 4-blade bronze, 58' dis, 52" pitch Propeller Shafts: Aquamet 21, 4" diameter shafts Propeller Protection: Power Train savers driveline couplers w/ replacable shear pins designed to in the event that a propeller were to contact another object such as a floating log etc.Propeller Shaft Locking Mechanism: Each propeller shaft can be locked in position screw operation or repair. Line Cutters: Spurs brand line cutters Stuffing Box: Johnson Duramax w/ GFO dripless packing gland material with Emergency Air Seal Bladder for maintenance or repair. Data Acquisition: Computer data acquisition for engine/transmission


Engine Room Air Intake and Exhaust Systems

Two 5,000 CFM Delta T fans, one port and one starboard. One is driven by a frequency drive to maintain proper air pressure for the machinery.

Engine Room Work Bench, Tools

There is a 6 foot long stainless steel work bench between the two Main Engines with a large stainless toolbox built in. An additional tool box is located on the port wing tank. The boat is fully populated with every tool you can imagine as well as some specialty custom tools.

Lazarette

The lazarette is aft of the engine room and can be accessed via the engine room or a Pacific Coast Marine watertight door to the aft swim platform. This is the most used door on the boat when the boat is at the dock and allows easy access to the engine room for heavy materials.

  • Sea Recovery Water Maker
  • Two Glendening cable master systems
  • Plastic Sewage Tanks
  • Hydraulics
  • Storage
Windows and Doors

Forward Facing Pilot House Windows & Corners: 1” laminated clear tempered glass

Pilot House Side Windows & Saloon Windows: 1/2”laminated grey, 1/4”air space, 1/4" clear tempered glass, dual pane.

Master Stateroom Windows: 1”laminated grey tempered glass with 1/4" air space, 1/4'”clear tempered glass, dual pane.

Water Tight Doors: 4 ea. Water tight doors, 1 ea. exterior transom door by Pacific Coast Marine, 3 ea. interior water tight doors by Manly Marine.

Weather Tight Doors: 5 ea. Weather tight Dutch doors by Manly Marine

Sound Control

Sound Down vibration pads on all equipment including Main Engines. SoundDown lead/Fiberglass panels installed on every engine room wall and overhead. Engine Room surfaces all painted and then coated with Mascoat antisweating compound followed by Delta T sound damping compound.SoundDown sheet layed under the carpet in the salon.You can barely make out the engines running in the pilot house!

Deck Equipment

Fore Deck

Two Fiberglass deck boxes, one for emergency pull lines and the other with a complete sea anchor system. One of the two 26 inch anchor winches with 90 ft of 7/8" stud galvanized chain followed by 200 feet of 1/2 inch high tensil galvanized chain followed by 300 feet of 5/8" galvanized Wire Rope. This is typical to the fishing boats that operate in Alaska and is coupled to a 350 pound anchor. The on deck winch means no chain locker and allows the layered chain to be used. A stainless trough is under the chain with artificial teak decking to handle any rubbing from the massive chain. This hull does not need a bulbous bow for efficiency so therefore you don't need to worry about scraping it when operating the anchor winch. The deck is coated with Awlgrip nonskid and equipped with a warping winch and two 3 1/2 inch custom bollards for forward lines or for towing.

Boat Deck

The beam is is 25' 7" on center line and 24' 9" wide on the inside of the bulwarks. Aft on the boat deck is a 10,000 pound telescoping Autocrane which can extend out to 21 feet and still pick nearly 2,000 pounds in that position and over 5,000 in it's ideal position for lift. The boat deck can handle 10,000 pounds of toys as per the incline test performed while in the water. Currently the boat deck is equipped with a custom landing craft weighing 4,000 pounds and an 18' Nouvarania tender with a 140hp Yamaha outboard. Bolt on pads hold the cradles so the boat deck can be reconfigured without disturbing the non-skid decking. LED deck lighting gives good night time visibility.

BOTH TENDERS ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE SALE.

Hydraulics

Two Pressure and Flow Compensated 75 horse power clutch driven piston pumps on the John Deere Generators and One 15 horse power Hydraulic pump, direct drive from the Main Engine. With an integral 150 gallon hydraulic tank and hydraulic pumps that are only on at the flip of a switch you are assured of no heat buildup and a lifetime of operation.

Fire Extinguishing System

Sea Fire FM200 system.Custom design with solenoid operation.Custom stand alone PLC control monitors 5 different zones for heat build up.....variable set point allow for more time to deal with a fire before you discharge your bottles.....EG temp reaches 130 degrees sounds alarm...temp reaches 140 degrees engines shut down and louvers close....temperature reaches 150 degrees and FM200 is discharged.

AIR CONDITIONING; HVAC System

Chilled Water: 15 tons of refrigeration, 3ea. 5 ton compressors with Keel coolers- no salt water coming into the engine room for air conditioning.;Hot Water Heating:Toyotomi diesel fired boiler supplies heated water to each air handler. Electric Heating: Stateroom air handlers have built in electric strip heat to provide simultaneous air-conditioning and heating as well as dehumidification. Air Handlers: Marine Air air handlers located throughout the yacht with climate controlled digital thermostats in each space

Fuel System

7,000 gallons of integral fuel tanks with an 1800 gallon day tank that runs all machinery onboard. An Algae X system is used for fuel transfer and can polish any tank on the vessel.The port and stbd wing tanks are used to introduce new fuel then transferred to the day tank through the AlgaeX system insuring only clean fuel for the machinery. Condensation ports are available for every tank on the vessel and the tank levels can be manually dipped or easily read by the Stainless Steel Pressure Transducers mounted externally on every tank. These are feed into the vessel monitoring system and can be read on any of the many touchscreen computers onboard.

Sea Chest and Sea Water Systems

There are four oversized sea chests built into the engine room compartment. 4 inch pipe with a 1 inch wall thickness with only a 5 inch length allows for cleaning, painting, and inspection from the outside of the vessel. Attached to the 3/4 inch flange is a heavy duty studlock bronze ball valve so the topside plumbing can be maintained while in the water. Valves are installed on every sea chest to allow fresh water flushing or air pressure back flushing.

Bilge System

The bilges are protected by two different systems. The large system is dual AC Powered Sump Pumps with 1 1/2 inch outlets. She has them in each water tight compartment. In addition is a small DC pump system to keep the bilges dry. Bilge level sensors are in every compartment and tied to a central alarm system.

Black and Gray Water Systems

Black water system: 800 gallon polyethanol tank mounted in the engine room. Gray Water system: 150 gallon sump in the lowest portion of the boat. Gray water can be routed to the black water pump for storage or automatic discharge overboard. The gray and black water pumps are controlled by a custom PLC that can easily change it's level triggers. This is useful in heavy weather to keep minimum fluids onboard and avoid hydraulic action from the extreme motion of the boat.

Chilled Water and AC Systems

Chilled water, 15 ton capacity compressors, 3 each, Keel coolers on the bottom of the boat- No salt water coming into the engine room for air conditioning.

Standard 3 phase Commercial Scroll Compressors (3), 5 ton capacity chillers with Frequency Drives which means no flickering lights and adjustable speed and current draw. All controlled by a stand alone web module, this allows for computer monitoring or access from your smart phone anytime. Parts for this system are available anywhere. Two large capacity keel coolers are installed as condensers to eliminate salt water in the engine room and the additional maintenance that goes with it.  


Fresh Water System

One 1800 gallons per day Sea Recovery AquWhisper watermaker with commercial sized filters. 1 Toyotomi diesel hot water heater for an endless supply of hot water. There is a reverse osmosis drinking water filter in the galley. There are fresh water outlets on foredeck, boat deck, aft deck and Flybridge deck. The fresh water tanks are monitored with a stainless steel pressure transducer accurate to 1/16 of an inch in fluid level. Levels for all tanks can be read on multiple computers throughout the vessel.

Compressed Air System

The system consists of a 1/3 hp compressor with 2.5 gal reserve tank. The system feeds through a tube to multiple outlets in the engine room and also to the horn and whistle.

Materials

Hull Material:ASTM A-36 Mild Steel (3/8”bottom, 5/16”hull sides, 1/4”bulwarks and saloon sides) Pilot House & Fly bridge: Aluminum 5086-h116
Keel:Steel I-Beam, 110 lbs/foot
Water Tight Compartments: 4 ea

Sonar Tube:10”steel

Remarks
The owner has completed his cruising plans for Heaven's Gate and is ready to move onto a newly built similar style explorer yacht. Heaven's Gate is barely broken in and is maintained to the highest standards and is ready to take a new owner cruising around the world. 
Aft Deck
Main Salon
Main Salon
Galley
Galley
Galley
Pilothouse
Pilothouse
Master Stateroom
Master Stateroom
Master Head
Primary level/ level 1
Crew quarters- level 1
Crew Lounge
Guest Cabin
Pilothouse
Guest Cabin
Guest Head
Skylounge
Skylounge
Flybridge
Flybridge
Flybridge
Anchoring System
Anchoring System
Anchoring System
*Tenders are excluded from Sale
Seachest
Engine Room looking aft
Heavens Gate Bow Thruster
Stern Thruster
Closely spaced athwartship and longitudinal framing
Four coats of primer and paint are applied to the inside of the hull before spraying foam insulation
Because framing is laser cut there is very little fairing applied to the hull
Stabilizer/bilge keel system reduces roll with active stabilizers and offers fin protection if an underwater object like a log, whale, or container were encountered
Propellers are protected by a 2" thick Solid Steel Skeg
Propellers are protected by a 2" thick Solid Steel Skeg
Propellers are protected by a 2" thick Solid Steel Skeg
Upper Decks
Main Deck
Lower Deck
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